In the past few days, Meta-owned WhatsApp has introduced a number of new features, and it appears that this trend won’t be slowing down anytime soon. The instant messaging service recently enabled users to send photos in HD quality, which was a much-anticipated addition. And now, the platform has begun rolling out a new feature that will allow users to share videos in HD quality.
IANS reported that some users have access to WhatsApp’s HD video-sharing feature. It will be accessible to all users in the following weeks. Users can now send films in 720p HD resolution thanks to the new feature. Up until recently, all movies sent using WhatsApp were automatically reduced to 480p quality, regardless of their quality. The introduction of this functionality ensures that WhatsApp videos will be of considerably higher quality than they were in the past. The ability to transfer videos in 1080p or 4K quality is not yet available.
HD videos can be sent over WhatsApp using the same technique as HD photos.
- The first step is to use the Play Store or App Store to update WhatsApp to the most recent version.
- Now go to WhatsApp and open the chat where you want to send the HD video.
- Select the video by clicking the attachment button after that.
- By using the HD toggle button, which is placed above the video, you can change the movie’s quality.
Last week, WhatsApp started to make it possible to edit the captions of photographs, videos, GIFs, and documents. In May of this year, it made available the option to edit text messages within a chat. A message can be altered after it has been sent for up to 15 minutes. We’re excited to give you more control over your chats so you may correct a little typo or add more detail. For up to fifteen minutes after a message has been delivered, simply long-press on it and choose “Edit” from the menu, according to a post WhatsApp made at the time the feature was added.
The captions on media communications like photographs, videos, and GIFs, however, could not previously be changed. By allowing users to modify sent media messages in the same manner that text messages can be modified, WhatsApp recently fixed this problem. To do this, hold on to the sent media message with the caption and choose the edit option. Like text messages, media messages have a 15-minute window for updates following transmission.